Louis Berger was awarded a 2018 Engineering Excellence Honor Award for a project that uses state-of-the-art adaptive signal control (ASC) technology to safely and expeditiously move traffic through a busy corridor in Warwick, Rhode Island.
2017 Awards & Recognition
The Sava River Bridge project in Belgrade, Serbia was honored with the 2017 International Road Federation Global Road Achievement Award for program management.
Louis Berger received Silver Level recognition in the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) Sustainability Commitment for its Sustainability Vision and Policy and corporate social responsibility activities.
The American Council of Engineering Companies of Massachusetts (ACEC/MA) awarded Louis Berger the 2017 Bronze Engineering Excellence Award for its work on the Route 2 Safety Improvement Project at Crosby’s Corner in Lincoln and Concord, Mass.
Jim Stamatis, chief executive officer, was honored with the 2017 Distinguished Citizen Award by the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). He was recognized for his outstanding contributions to New Jersey scouts and for exemplifying BSA values of leadership, personal responsibility and civic duty.
Louis Berger, in collaboration with Pace, is the project designer and consultant on the Jahra Road development project, which was awarded the American Concrete Institute-Kuwait Chapter Special Award for an Infrastructure Project.
Louis Berger's long span bridge division, Ammann & Whitney, won a 2017 American Council of Engineering Companies-New York (ACEC-NY) Diamond Award for the Mohawk Valley Gateway Overlook Pedestrian Bridge.
Louis Berger’s long-span bridge division, Ammann & Whitney, earned the prestigious ACEC-NY Diamond Award for its trailblazing dehumidification techniques on the William Preston Lane, Jr. Memorial (Chesapeake Bay) Bridge.
Louis Berger provided design management and archaeological services for the 17th Street flood containment system in Washington, D.C.
Louis Berger was a consultant on the San Diego County Water Authority Emergency and Carryover Storage Project, which won the 2017 American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement (OCEA) Award.